Power + Private Access To Abiquiu Lake

Rio Arriba County, New Mexico

$36,000

10.07 Arces

Situated just outside the town of Abiquiu in close proximity to the regions top attractions, the Laguna Jacquez subdivision will give you plenty of opportunity to experience Northern New Mexicos epic grandeur and majestic mountain views. Within easy driving distance of the Cerro Pedernal and Plaza Blanca, this property offers a one-of-a-kind experience in the surrounding sandstone cliffs and rock formations, not to mention the numerous camp sites and hiking trails developed to explore and enjoy these native treasures.

The nearby Abiquiu Lake, of which this subdivision has private gated access, is a perfect spot to enjoy your days, evenings and weekends as it offers activities as varied as fishing, boating and canoeing. And if those activities don't suit you, you can still take advantage of the numerous picnic spots and hiking trails encircling the lake and the surrounding region. Additionally, with the Carson National Forest just a thirty minute drive away - and numerous big game ranches even closer - you'll have plenty of opportunity to hunt everything from deer and elk to turkeys and squirrels.


Property Specific Notes:
The subject property is a ten acre lot located along the main road (1725 Drive) within Laguna Jacquez Estates. It sits just off the entrance to the subdivision from Highway 96 and less than two miles along this same road to the boat ramp at Abiquiu Lake.

The Laguna Jacquez Estates subdivision is governed by a Property Owner's Assocation with very lite covenants meant to maintain both the natural beauty of the area and the property values of the land and homes within it. To learn more about the covenants and restrictions in place in Laguna Jacquez, you may click here or watch the video at the top of this page starting at 09:59.

The subject property boasts power at the lot line. Because the Laguna Jacquez Development Corporation paid for power line extensions to lots within the subdivision, there is a $5,600 fee to tie into the electric infrastructure. It should be noted that this fee does not cover any construction costs or tie-in fees required by the local power company.

The Laguna Jacquez Association has a private boat ramp situated along the western shoreline of the lake of which LJA boat ramp members are the only authorized users. A boat ramp membership may be purchased for a one-time fee of $2,500. If you elect to purchase the ramp membership, an access key will be issued to you to pass through the yellow gate located between the subject property and the lake to its east (see photos in the gallery at the bottom of this page). If you elect not to purchase a membership, you will likely still be able to access the lake but from the further removed eastern entrance which the general public uses.

The Laguna Jacquez POA collects money from residents of the area for routine road maintenance. It should be noted that while residents are asked to give $200.00 annually, the fee is voluntary and not mandatory. That said, as we're told most residents participate in this program, in the interest of being a good neighbor, you may want to consider it part of your yearly obligations.

Nearby Abiquiu Lake offers an assortment of great recreation activities, from boating and fishing to jet skiing, wind surfing and kayaking. You may bring your own boat or, if you dont have one, rent one at the marina and spend a leisurely day on the lake. It should also be noted that if you ever become tired of exploring Abiquiu Lake, El Vado and Heron Lakes are less than an hour north of the subject property and the Navajo Marina is two hours away in nearby San Juan County.

Ideal for the outdoor enthusiast, this property also sits within one mile of the Rio Chama River. Rio Chama is known as a great river to fish and is stocked with Walleye, Small Mouth Bass, Rainbow and Brown Trout. Additionally, the white sandstone cliffs and mesmerizing views of Plaza Blanca can be found within easy driving distance of this property and may offer plenty of opportunities for hiking, climbing and general sight-seeing.

One of the other nice things about this property is that it sits in close proximity to some of the best skiing and snowboarding in America in the nearby Taos Ski Valley. This means that this property is not just a seasonal retreat best enjoyed only in the summer months, but rather will provide year 'round activities and adventure.

In addition to Plaza Blanca, you may explore all the famous art this region inspired at the Georgia OKeefe Museum, located only a short five minute drive from the subject property.

The Abiquiu Volunteer Fire Department sits a short ten minute drive from this land as well as the fair grounds where Rio Arriba County hosts their annual county fair. Additionally, schools, churches and supplies can be found in the nearby towns of El Rito, Medanales and Abiquiu. For larger supply or grocery runs, such as to the local Wal-Mart or Home Depot, Espanola is a quick twenty minute drive away along the 84.


Notes About Purchasing:

This property was closed on an its title insured through New Mexico Land And Title.

NOTE:We are requesting an upfront Non-Refundable Earnest Money Deposit of $500.00. This is not an installment sale and there is no financing offered. This is a cash transaction. After we have your Deposit, we will contact you about how to proceed with finalizing the purchase, whether it be by credit card, wire transfer or title & escrow. If you elect to close through escrow, buyer will be responsible for all closing costs.


Lot Size: 10.07 Acres

Legal Description: LAGUNA JACQUEZ ESTATES, LOT 25

Parcel Number: 1022137454199

Account Number: R034363

Latitude-Longitude:
Center 36.237196,-106.491969
NW 36.2375426318154,-106.493067619421
NE 36.2386383110911,-106.491681341745
SW 36.2355969218394,-106.492173715177
SE 36.2363086360211,-106.490614547128

Annual Taxes: $231.20

HOA/POA: Yes

POA Yearly Fees: $200.00 (Voluntary)

POA Regulations: CCRs PDF

Zoning: Rural-Residential

Access: Well-Maintained Dirt/Gravel

Power: At The Lot Line

Phone: In The Area; Mobile/Satellite

Water: Well, Catchment System or Holding Tank

Sewer: Septic/Alternative

Elevation: 6,800 ft

Conveyance Document: Warranty Deed

Type of Closing: Title/Escrow

Doc Prep Fee: Waived

Nearby Towns:
Santa Fe: 61 miles (1 h 13 min)
Taos: 75 miles (1 h 29 min)
Albuquerque: 124 miles (2 h 7 min)
Farmington: 138 miles (2 h 19 min)

Points Of Interest:
Abiquiu Lake Recreation Area
Heron Lake State Park
El Vado Lake State Park
Navajo Dam Marina
Fishtail Ranch
Georgie OKeefe Museum
Things To Do In Taos
Things To Do In Taos Ski Valley
Things To Do In Sante Fe

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No water

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No sewage

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No telephone line

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No gas

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No electric


Lot Details

  • Icons/close No Mobile Home Data Provided
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Internet Speed for New Mexico

Provider Type Max Up Max Down
Valor Telecommunications of Texas, LLC VDSL 50 Mbps 100 Mbps
ViaSat, Inc. Satellite 3 Mbps 35 Mbps
HNS License Sub, LLC Satellite 3 Mbps 25 Mbps
VSAT Systems, LLC Satellite 1.3 Mbps 2 Mbps
GCI Communication Corp. Satellite 0 Mbps 0 Mbps
Approximate Location
This land's acreage of 10.07 is equal to:
7.63
Football Fields
This land's price of $36K is equal to:
0.03
Avg. priced homes in San Francisco
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USDA Hardiness Zone 5b.

USDA Plant Hardiness Zones are the standard by which gardeners and growers can determine which plants are most likely to thrive at a location.

Think the intermountain west. Places that very much have all 4 seasons. Real winters and Real summers. With those other 2 seasons sprinkled in for good measure. You can grow lots of things here, but be sure to pick up 'cold hard' varieties. Local nurseries will be your best bet for quality plants.

The coldest days in winter:
Temperatures from -15 to -10°C

This zone is good for growing:
Apples, Pears, Plums, asparagus, and Basil
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